£1.9 Million Revamp Set for Swansea Market, Montrose Glass Comments Friday 23 January 2015 PDF Print Mistakes can too easily be made by contractors who are inexperienced and underqualified. Leading providers of glass and glazing, Montrose Glass, have commented on the new plans for Swansea’s bumper £1.9 million revamp of its bustling market. The proposed plan for a series of new developments to entice shoppers into the heart of the city has been welcomed by numerous traders. Much of the work is said to be focused on transforming the roof of the market and improving the shopping experience for all. The changes to the roof are being eagerly awaited by many of the retailers in Swansea Marketing in the hope the market will be significantly drier after the repairs. Paul Jones, manager of Hugh Phillips Gower Butchers in Swansea Market said: “We are looking forward to the work being done. It’s been quite drafty and wet, it will be nice to work in a dry and less drafty place. We can’t wait to have the roof done. There will be new glass and protective thermal style glass to keep the heat in.” The investment has been made available to Swansea Market through funding from Swansea Council and the Building Enhancement Programme, which is supported by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government. The scheme will contribute to the revamp of the barrel vault roof, the renewal of the roof and gable glazing and essential repairs to the flat roof and the roof light lanterns. As experts in glass and glazing, Montrose Glass take a keen interest new developments and repairs. Upon hearing the news a spokesperson from the company made the following statement: “The investment in repairing the glazing on Swansea Market’s roof is sure to enhance both shopper and retailer experience. Any market should be a major draw to a city’s centre, so making the improvements now will ensure to see a positive return in terms of visitors and business investment. “However, repairing and installing roof glazing and thermal glazing is no mean feat. It is imperative that large commercial projects such as this are put in the hands of glazing professionals. Mistakes can too easily be made by contractors who are inexperienced and underqualified. Nonetheless, when choosing a reputable, knowledgeable and trusted trader, clients are sure to see fantastic results.” Montrose Glass has been in the glass and glazing industry for 20 years and are focused to delivering high-quality and cost -effective glass and glazing to their clients. As members of ‘The Guild of Master Craftsman’ this family run business are a team of highly qualified glaziers who work in numerous local areas throughout the UK. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Montrose Glass in the following categories: Home & Garden, Construction & Property, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.